Steve Reich is represented by Rayfield Allied worldwide (exc. North America).

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Steve Reich


  • There's just a handful of living composers who can legitimately claim to have altered the direction of musical history and Steve Reich is one of them
    The Guardian
  • ...the most original musical thinker of our time
    The New Yorker
  • Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for 2008, Steve Reich has been called “Americas greatest living composer.” (The Village VOICE), “...the most original musical thinker of our time” (The New Yorker) and “...among the great composers of the century” (New York Times).

    His music has been influential to composers and mainstream musicians all over the world. He is a leading pioneer of minimalism, having in his youth broken away from the “establishment” that was serialism. His music is known for steady pulse, repetition, and a fascination with canons; it combines rigorous structures with propulsive rhythms and seductive instrumental colour. It also embraces harmonies of non-Western and American vernacular music (especially jazz). His studies have included the Gamelan, African drumming (at the University of Ghana), and traditional forms of chanting the Hebrew scriptures.

    Different Trains and Music for 18 Musicians have each earned him GRAMMY awards, and his “documentary video opera” works - The Cave and Three Tales, created in collaboration with video artist Beryl Korot - have pushed the boundaries of the operatic medium. Over the years his music has significantly grown both in expanded harmonies and instrumentation, resulting in a Pulitzer Prize for his 2007 composition, Double Sextet.

    Steve Reich is published by Boosey & Hawkes.

    • Steve Reich Reviewed in Gramophone
      Gramophone Review

      James McCarthy reviews Steve Reich in Gramophone (November 2012)
    • A Guide to Steve Reich’s Music
      Tom Service, The Guardian

      Tom Service's Guide to Steve Reich's Music in the Guardian
    • Steve Reich at 70 - previews and profiles
      Barbican Centre London, October 2006

      Interview with Ivan Hewett in the Daily Telegraph
      Interview with Sholto Byrnes in the Independent
      Interview with John O-Mahoney about Daniel Variations in the Guardian
  • Steve Reich’s List of Compositions

    Steve Reich’s Discography

  • Photos

    • Photographer Credit: Jeffrey Herman
      Photographer Credit: Jeffrey Herman
    • Photographer Credit: Wonge Bergmann
      Photographer Credit: Wonge Bergmann